I love your Siamese fighting fish is beautiful when I get home I am going to get one to...
thank you Lyn I'm glad you like him, I feel silly to love a fish so much but I am already very attached to him and hope he likes his tank and is happy. they are great to watch swim around! when you get one you must show me picturesI love your Siamese fighting fish is beautiful when I get home I am going to get one to...
I know you will be relieved to be back in your own bed Lyn, that would be very tiring!Fish are relaxing to watch when you are under a lot of stress it calms the nerves down someone told me this... I am going home next Saturday I can't wait the carpet is going done next Wednesday then the carpet people put your things back on Thursday and Friday then next Saturday ill be home in my own bed ill sleep a week I am just so tied from a strange hard bed that is like a rock...... Do you need a heater for your fish I've got one.. Do they need a pump.. I don't think it is silly to love a fish they have to be cared for just like our birds we love dearly..
Thanks, I heard they can tear their fins easily.. its funny the places he decides to sleep!I love your betta, Sarah. He is so beautiful. I have one, his name is Finn, and he is all red.
It is better if they have a filter, or you are going to be changing water all the time, believe me. They just tend to tear their fins easily on sharp edges of rocks and plants, so when you decorate the tank, make sure things are smooth. Also, they love to sleep and rest on the bottom or in hollow spaces, or on a leaf!
Lyn, I would love to see your betta when you get it.
haha Eddie loves to climb things too! I find it so funny to watch him climbing up the to the very top of this fake plant that is attached to an ornament and then he goes sliding back down !Sam and Eddie are adorable. Don't worry, Sam's sleeping and hiding places are normal. Bettas always have weird places they try to squeeze into to sleep. Zazu squeezed behind the filter the first few days I had him; he was so tiny that he couldn't even get stuck. Hmm, come to think of it, he's behind the filter again.
Eddie's floating is also normal, no worries there either. If they want to float, they float. Then when they don't want to float anymore, they just release that air bubble they were holding in, and then drop down. Mine sometimes drop down just for fun. I have two snails now, and one loves to climb everything. The other one learned the art of digging so now I have holes all over the place. It looks like I have a little, underwater puppy that hasn't learned that digging is a no-no.